Jackson pulled off one of his signature scrambles in the third quarter, buying enough time to throw a 13-yard touchdown pass to Mark Andrews, and the Ravens went on to a 16-10 win over the Cleveland Browns on Sunday night. Up 13-10, the Ravens took over with 6:28 remaining in the game and nearly ran out the rest of the clock. Chase McLaughlin missed a 46-yard field goal in the first quarter, and then the Browns kept a Ravens drive alive when they were called for too many men on the field as Baltimore lined up to go for it on fourth-and-2 from its own 33.
What was remarkable about that was that Cleveland had just called a timeout after appearing to have substitution issues on that fourth down. “That’s on me.”
Tucker made a 52-yard kick at the end of that possession to give the Ravens a 3-0 lead.
Myles Garrett caught Jackson early in the game for his league-leading 14th sack, tying the Browns’ single-season record set by Reggie Camp in 1984.
Cleveland T Jack Conklin, who returned from an elbow injury for this game, hurt his knee in the first quarter.